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Students throng science exhibition at Modern School, Vasant Vihar

Modern School, Vasant Vihar, organised a science exhibition recently. The event saw around 250 students exhibiting models and methods that were useful and sustainable in protecting health and environment.

delhi Updated: Sep 03, 2012 00:23 IST

Modern School, Vasant Vihar, organised a science exhibition recently. The event saw around 250 students exhibiting models and methods that were useful and sustainable in protecting health and environment.

Students made projects on concepts such as urine and residue can keep the soil fertile, designing a hovercraft, fruit residues can promote fertility, citrus fruits as good electrical conductors, use of aerators to conserve water. It was followed by a presentation based on emerging science technologies. Principal Meenakshi Sahni, appreciated the efforts of the teachers and students in making the exhibition a grand success.

New Era Public School, Mayapuri, organised the R.L.Chopra Memorial Inter-school creative writing competition to encourage reading among students. This year the book choice was Ayn Rand’s We The Living. Set against the backdrop of Russian Revolution, it depicts the struggle of an individual against the state. Twenty seven schools participated in the competition, each represented by three students. The participants were welcomed by Principal Vandana Chawla who encouraged the students to broaden their horizons by reading. Students wrote an essay and participated in a group discussion based on the book.

St. Thomas School, Mandir Marg, hosted ‘Epiphany’— a week long carnival of inter-school competitions. The carnival was inaugurated in the presence of Principal Anuradha Amos. The event was flagged off with ‘Sarojini Naidu poetry recitation competition’ on themes of ‘humour’ and ‘nature’. The Mathematics department organised the Helen Jerwood debate on ‘numbers rule the universe’ followed by Surlehri, an Indian music competition. The week ended on a high note leaving everyone asking for more.

Khaitan Public School, Noida, felicitated the middle and the senior wing scholars at a solemn ceremony held in the school premises . The function started with the traditional lighting of the lamp. A presentation based on different cultures of India on the composition of Ashok Patki “Mile Sur Mera Tumhara” captivated the hearts of the audience. Chief guest Maj. Gen. A K Malik, advisor Indus Tower Pvt .Ltd presented the scholar badges and blazers to the senior school scholars. Swami Chirupanada, director, All India Yuva Kendra , north zone presented the scholar badges and blazers to the middle school scholars. Principal,S.L Gupta, welcomed the distinguished guests and parents She emphasized that children should draw a balance between the ‘Real World and the Contemporary Virtual World’.